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* Princess Pavilion: Hot Weekend atThe Princess Pavilion
Posted May 29, 2005 - 07:40 PM
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Music Do you like your peppers hot? If so, pop along to the Princess Pavilion this bank holiday weekend for two hot ‘peppers’ tributes when The Really Hot Chili Peppers and Sergeant Pepper’s Only Dartboard Band hit town...

THE REALLY HOT CHILI PEPPERS arrive on Friday 27th and claim they are just like the real thing - but even hotter. They take to the pavilion stage to play all the hits including: By the Way, Suck My Kiss, Around the World, Scar Tissue, Californication, Can’t Stop, Aeroplane, Blood Sugar Sex Magik, Give it Away, Under the Bridge & Otherside. A superb tribute to the American legends!! The show starts at 8.30pm. Tickets £8 in advance or £10 on the door.

They are followed on Sunday 29th when one of the best known Beatles tributes in Europe, SERGEANT PEPPER'S ONLY DARTBOARD BAND, play the classic Abbey Road album in its entirety. The music is still fresh and timeless and you are promised all the original costumes, instruments, energy and tongue in cheek Scouse type humour. Selected songs are performed against a specially recorded backdrop of film clips and in the second half there is a fantastic selection of the Fab Four’s hits, including the ones that ‘get you up dancing’. The show starts at 8pm. Tickets are £12 with £10 concessions.

All tickets from the box office 01326 211222 (9am-1pm) or on the door.

 
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